DIOGENES 8, NOVEMBER 2019

The editors are pleased to present the eight issue of Diogenes!

The contents of this issue are as follows:

Article

Alex M. Feldman, Masonry, Medicine and Monotheism: The Conversion of the Volga Bulgars in the Kyssa’i Yūsuf, the Risāla of ibn Fadlān and the Tārīkh-i-Bulghār

Zoi Georgiadou, Forming a Constantinopolitan Greek collective identity in the second half of the 19th century

Matina Paraskeva, The Deformed Werewolf: Disability in Alexandros Papadiamantisʹ ʺΘέρος-Ἔροςʺ (1891).

Elissavet Tsakanika, Ioannis Kapodistrias (1776-1831): friends and enemies – From ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝ (11.3.1831-30.9.1831) to ΑΙΩΝ(1838-1888).

Kalliope Pavli, When imperialism met archaeology. Annexationist ideologies of 1900 and the Greek case in Asia Minor.

Review

DIOGENES_8_November 2019Georgia Tsatsani, Alexis Dimaras, History of the Modern Greek Education.

Supplementum

Jacopo Marcon, The CATENA PROJECT: The Pseudo Oecumenian Catena on Romans.

 

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The general editor are Flavia Vanni and Jessica Varsallona

The specialist editors for Issue 7 were Gavriil Ioannis Boutziopoulos (University of Birmingham), Michael Burling (University of Birmingham), Laura Marie Clark (University of Birmingham), Kyriakos Fragoulis (University of Birmingham), Vassiliki Kaisidou (University of Birmingham), Lefteris Kefalas (King’s College London), Dimitra Maravelaki (University of Birmingham), Gemma Masson (University of Birmingham), Nicholas S. M. Matheou (University of London), Mikael Muehlbauer (Columbia University), Maria Alessia Rossi (Princeton University), Yannis Stamos (University of Birmingham), Anastasia Tantarouda-Papaspyrou (University of Birmingham), Panagiota Vasilaki (University of Birmingham), Pauline Vasselle (University of Birmingham), and Alexandra Vukovich (University of Oxford).

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Diogenes- Call for Contributions

The editors of Diogenes are welcome to announce the Call for Contributions for the next issue of Diogenes to be published in October 2019. The deadlines for contributions is the 30th of May!

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Diogenes 7, March 2019

The editors are pleased to present the seventh issue of Diogenes!

The contents of this issue are as follows:
Article
Evan Andersson, University of California, Reforming the Image of the Philosopher: The Emperor Julian in the Historia Ecclesiatica of Socrates of Constantinople

 

James Cogbill, University of Birmingham, A historiographical examination of the Byzantine family system under Alexios I Komnenos

Elie de Rosen, University of Birmingham, The silk industry of Middle Byzantine Boeotia

Supplementum

Gavriil Ioannis Boutziopoulos, University of Birmingham, Codex Zacynthius Project: Transcribing the oldest catena manuscript of the Greek New Testament 

Panagiota Mantouvalou, University of Birmingham, Excavations at the Athenian Agora. Season 2018 

Tülay Yeşiltaş, University of Birmingham, Cappadocia in Context 2018

Alessandro Carabia, University of Birmingham, A week in the Eternal City 

Margherita Gorini, University of Birmingham, The Promotion of Saint Ambrogio in Rienna (Montecorvino Rovella, SA): Results from the Second Research Campaign 

Kyriakos Fragkoulis, University of Birmingham, Fieldwork Report on the Study of Late Antique Pottery from Dion, Greece

Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger, University of Birmingham, From ‘bastardised language’ into the language of daily life and multiculturalism. My experience in the Greko summer school (Bova Marina, Italy, 30th of August – 5th of September 2018

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The general editor are Flavia Vanni and Jessica Varsallona

The specialist editors for Issue 7 were Michael Burling, Alessandro Carabia, Christina Christoforatou, Laura-Marie Clark,  Alex M Feldman, Marianna Georgouli, Vicky Kaisidou, Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger, Stephanie Novasio, Joseph Parsonage, Anastasia Tantarouda-Papaspyrou, Maria Vrij, and Lauren Wainwright.

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Diogenes

The Call for Submissions for Diogenes (7.2) is now closed. Thank you very much to those who submitted their papers. Authors will be notified by the general editor within a month for the status of their submission.

Issue 6, November 2017

The editors are pleased to present the sixth issue of Diogenes!

The present issue is a by-product of some of the papers presented at the PGR Colloquium on Multiculturalism from late Antiquity to Modernity organised at the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies in June 2017 by Gemma Masson and Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger.

The contents of this issue are as follows:

Danai Thomaidis, University of Venice, Greek icons in Venice and their impact on Venetian identity

Mara Psalti, University of Athens, Niccolò Timoni: An 18th century Chian littérateur and his contribution in early Modern Greek literary criticism

Juan García González, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, The Sertorian War as a bellum civile: an outlook from the 4th and 5th Centuries AD

James Baillie, University of Vienna, Tamar’s Lions: A Digital Approach to 12th Century Georgia

Curtis Lisle, University of Birmingham, Performing the City: Suggestions for an Archaeological Understanding of ‘The City’ and Urban Transformation in Pisidian Sagalassos

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The general editor is Vassiliki Kaisidou.

The specialist editors for Issue 6 were Anastasia Tantarouda-Papaspyrou, Panagiota Vasilaki, Michael Burling, Laura-Marie Clark,  Alex Feldman, Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger, Panagiota Mantouvalou,  Joseph Parsonage,  Flavia Vanni, Maria Vrij Lauren Wainwright.

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Diogenes, Issue 5 (November 2016)

The editors are pleased to present the fifth issue of Diogenes!

The contents of this issue are as follows:

Articles:

The Monastic Revolution: The Case of Sozomen’s Church HistoryMatteo Antoniazzi
Between the Local, the Global, and the Political: Local Poetics and Social Activism in
Yiannēs Makridakēs’s WorkVassiliki Kaisidou
Greek attitudes towards Europe: Politics, Education, Pop Culture (1981-2001)Anastasia Tantarouda-Papaspyrou

Reviews:

Byzantium’s Other Empire: TrebizondJames Baillie
Wanted Byzantium. The Desire for a Lost EmpireTheodora Panella

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The general editor is Anna Kelley; the specialist editors for Issue 5 were Joseph Parsonage, Alex Feldman, Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger, James Baillie, Gemma Masson, Onur Usta, Flavia Vanni, Lauren Wainwright, and Theodora Panella. If you have any questions regarding getting involved in r submitting to Diogenes, please contact the editors at diogenes[at]contacts.bham.ac.uk.